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Convent of the Good Samaritan

Subject: The booklet contains a history of the Sisters of the Good Samaritan in Braidwood, including the school and the community in which they operated. It contains tributes from the parish and other church officials. Photographs depict the nuns, students, teachers, and various class activities undertaken throughout the history of the convent and school.
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Convent of the Good Samaritan / [St. Bedes Parents and Friends Association].
[Braidwood : St Bedes Parents and Friends Association, 1975].
[24] pages : illustrations, portraits ; 23 x 19 cm.
The Sisters of the Good Samaritans' first arrived in Braidwood in 1878 to set up a Convent and take over the running of the School that had been servicing the District since 1859. In 1975, the Convent closed after 98 years of continuous service to the community and children of Braidwood.Through the years, the Sisters taught and tended to the needs both educationally and spiritually of the children in the district. This booklet, produced at the time of the closure of the convent, is dedicated to the memory of the Good Samaritan Sisters of Braidwood.
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